COMICS: More Of Wolverine's Past Revealed In First Look At ORIGIN II #1

COMICS: More Of Wolverine's Past Revealed In First Look At ORIGIN II #1

An all-new chapter in the secret origin of one of Marvel’s most mysterious characters is revealed starting this November, by superstars Kieron Gillen (Young Avengers, Iron Man) and Adam Kubert (Avengers Vs. X-Men). Hit the jump for a first look at Origin II #1.

Part 1 of 5! A few years after the events of ORIGIN finds James Howlett running with the wolves…until something unexpected brings him back into the world of Follow the first “X-Man” as he finds his way back to civilization and falls afoul of someone Sinister, who’s just discovering mutantkind and the horrors he can visit on them. Plus, discover the secret behind James’ greatest enemy! At some point, the mutant who will become The Wolverine must choose: is he man or is he beast?

Pencils & Cover by ADAM KUBERT
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Filed Under "Marvel Comics" 12/19/2013 Source: Comic Book Resources
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drfate - 12/19/2013, 8:29 AM
will definitely check this out!
Joementum - 12/19/2013, 8:33 AM
When it comes time to reboot the XMen movie-verse, this should be there take on Wolvie. Just don't cast a tall skinny dancer as the lead.
Doopie - 12/19/2013, 8:35 AM
what is sinister up to? didn't know he had any involvement with wolverine's earlier days
rabid - 12/19/2013, 8:38 AM
Definitely into this. Nathaniel Essex would definitely be interested in Wolverine in the late 1800s. This is actually a good chance to bring in some of the Ultimate ideas, such as Logan's blood being at the source of the supersoldier serum or the proliferation of mutants. It took Sinister almost a century to stabilize Apocalypse DNA in all his test subjects, creating most of the mutants we know. Maybe Wolverine's DNA is the catalyst.
Doopie - 12/19/2013, 8:39 AM
^ this sounds cool
Doopie - 12/19/2013, 8:40 AM
also i love adam kubert's work. scratch that ALL the kubert's work
TheWolverine08 - 12/19/2013, 8:41 AM
I really like that art. This is shaping up to be a good story.
GUNSMITH - 12/19/2013, 8:41 AM
TheWolverine08 - 12/19/2013, 8:42 AM
Wait, why are his claws adimantium already?
tomasocelot - 12/19/2013, 8:44 AM
if wolverine is part wolf. Wouldn't that make all the women in the MU that he has gotten down with guilty of beastality (sp)? GUSTO you love goats could you fill us in ?
Sumitsjc - 12/19/2013, 8:46 AM
Need to Check this out !! haven't tried any MARVEL comics for Long time..
jlabatman - 12/19/2013, 8:48 AM
Artwork and story have me intrigued, will definitely be checking this out!
TheDpool - 12/19/2013, 8:56 AM
This looks great and as a long time fan of Origin ill be checking this out hoping it answers a few questions and ties the gaps between certain stages.

I'm guessing the sharp teeth in that small teaser panel belong to Sabbretooth as Dog didn't have sharp teeth from what I remember.

Would also be nice to see a small Smithy cameo.
RajunRemyLebeau - 12/19/2013, 9:00 AM
But really? Do we need another Wolverine origin?
Bl00dwerK - 12/19/2013, 9:02 AM
That does look kinda good...
TheWolverine08 - 12/19/2013, 9:17 AM
@Rajun Money mon ami. Money.
TelaVizion - 12/19/2013, 9:25 AM
Y'all already know there will be a 3rd series.... I can't wait

arsonjack - 12/19/2013, 9:30 AM
GodzillaKart - 12/19/2013, 9:56 AM
Most of you kids probably don't remember this, but back in the 80's and before, Wolverine was actually a pretty cool, interesting character.

The first mistake was when some hack wrote a moronic story where it was learned that his claws were not simply implants, but that he had "bone claws". After that, each idiotic "reveal" of his past made the character more and more goofy until we ended up with the asinine character we have today.

So...raised by wolves? Sure. Who cares?
ComicBookGoth - 12/19/2013, 9:59 AM
Origins III: Wolverine f*cks a wolf
TheRationalNerd - 12/19/2013, 10:05 AM
I wonder if Mangold is watching??
TheRationalNerd - 12/19/2013, 10:07 AM
Then again Mangold already seems as if he already has his mind made up with what films he wants to draw from.
TheWolverine08 - 12/19/2013, 10:20 AM
@Melkaticox He doesn't what?
OrgasmicPotatoe - 12/19/2013, 10:28 AM
@monkeyballs Because wolverines are solitary animals, they don't raise shit except their own kids (unlike wolves, where the cubs acan be raised by the whole pack) and in Canada, there are probably three wolverines left.
TheWolverine08 - 12/19/2013, 10:28 AM
@GodzillaFart I have a feeling you haven't read "Origin" by Paul Jenkins from 2001 based on your comment. He wasn't raised by wolves. He lived his early childhood on a relatively large house owned by his parents who were farm owners, until one of the employees (His biological father) came and shot his real father. The rage triggered him into unlocking the mutation and he killed his real father and his deranged mother committed suicide after watching what James did. He and the girl who looked after him on the house grounds (He was sickly as a child) fled to a mining camp in British Columbia where they stayed from some time until the day Logan got into a fight with a miner with which he had a rivalry with, when the girl Rose tried to break up their fight before Wolverine killed the guy, he accidentally stabbed her and killed her. The extreme grief he felt made him run away in a feral state into the woods where lived among a pack of wolves for a while. This story is starting off from that point.

I gave you a quick rundown of "Origin" and did skip some plot points, but I hope you get the gist of what I'm saying. Not raised by wolves, lived on a mining camp among people............
GodzillaKart - 12/19/2013, 11:09 AM
@TheWolverine08: I have read "Origin". I was referring to "Origin II", the book this thread is about.
TheWolverine08 - 12/19/2013, 11:10 AM
@Godzilla Well........ he isn't being "raised" by the wolves. This is simply the time period in which he lived among them after he was traumatized by killing his girlfriend.
TheWolverine08 - 12/19/2013, 11:54 AM
@Monkeyballs It sounded to me like Gfart was saying that Wolverine had been raised his whole life among wolves. If he meant something else, then I apologize. I'm not trying to nitpick anything.
rabid - 12/19/2013, 2:24 PM
I like that his warpaint is where he'll later put stripes on his costume. I always wondered why he liked tiger stripes on his clothes.
ds9epicfan - 12/21/2013, 11:42 PM
Definitely reading this,enjoyed the first Origins and Kubert's art is magic!

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